Cruise into summer behind the wheel of a 2015 Ford Explorer in Spring. The Ford Explorer is superior to other vehicles in its class like the GMC Acadia and comes with features that can’t be beat! Planet Ford is giving you the details on the match up between the Ford Explorer and GMC Acadia so read on to learn what makes the Ford Explorer the better buy!
The Explorer can tackle any obstacle, on the road or off-road, and its front and rear gas charged shocks give you better control on uneven surfaces. The Explorer comes standard with front and rear stabilizer bars that help keep the Explorer flat and under control when cornering, however the Acadia only offers a front stabilizer bar. You’ll maneuver with ease in the Explorer that performs better than the Acadia in both the skidpad test and figure eight test.
The convenient features you’ll get when you choose the Ford Explorer are endless. The Explorer comes standard with driver power windows with one-touch opening and closing, speed-sensitive windshield wipers, and an exterior keypad with the Explorer XLT/Limited/Sports editions. The Explorer Limited offers even more helpful features like sensitive light sensors on front headlights, heated front and rear seats, and active park assist that takes the stress out of parallel parking.
Need another reason to love the Ford Explorer? The Car Book estimates that the Explorer is less expensive to own and operate than the Acadia and you’ll pay $96 less for front brakepads, $141 less for fuel injection and $44 less for front struts just to name a few. Five-year ownership costs are also estimated to be less expensive and that includes fuel, fees, depreciation, financing, insurance and maintenance.
Want to learn more about the 2015 Ford Explorer in Spring? Visit Planet Ford today and we would be happy to tell you more about this exciting SUV!